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View a list of PDRP forms and templates, including peer review forms, peformance review forms, evidence of professional development, personal performance, contribution to clinical practice and quality forms, and evidence of teaching.
Please click here to find the PDRP Application Guidelines
Please click here to find the PDRP Consent forms
Interim Year Validation forms
Performance review forms provide the core evidence within a portfolio. Go to your organisation's intranet site or contact your PDRP Coordinator for these forms.
For CDHB Performance Review Forms please see the Intranet under Nursing Info - Nursing Performance Reviews (Note: Only internal CDHB staff can access this intranet resource)
Please note that with the nationally integrated guidelines, the Performance Appraisals if aligned to Nursing Council competencies, are sufficient for submission to the PDRP without an additional peer review necessary. The only time peer reviews might be necessary is if there is insufficient evidence within the performance appraisal and you believe the peer could provide extra information. Or, if you do not have a nursing line manager then a peer review by another nurse is necessary along with your self assessment to meet Nursing Council's requirements of two forms of assessment against the competencies. The performance appraisal by your manager will be required as well. Additionally, please note that peer reviews are only valid for a year after completion to ensure currency of practice is assessed.
Peer reviews are only completed if your Line Manager is not a nurse or there is no senior nurse in your clinical area to undertake a performance appraisal.
Peer Review Performance Appraisals - helpful phrases
Peer Review RN Competent.doc
Peer Review RN Proficient.doc
Peer Review RN Expert.doc
Peer Review EN Competent.doc
Peer Review EN Proficient.doc
Peer Review EN Accomplished.doc
Peer Review Tool Senior Nursing Education.doc
Peer Review Tool Senior Nursing Management.doc
Peer Review Tool Senior Nursing Policy.doc
Peer Review Tool Senior Nursing Research.doc
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Nursing Council of New Zealand requires that your portfolio include an explanation of what you have learnt from three key learning activities. Your statement of learning must explain what you did, what you learned and how each activity affirmed or influenced your practice.
Reflection on professional development
Continuing Education Reflection
Journal Article Review
Postgraduate Equivalency Application Form
Practice Reflection Guidelines.doc
In health a quality activity is a systematic evaluation of an aspect of service or care against measurable quality indicators which has resulted in improvement. This improvement may be related to clinical practice or a service process and may be done as either a group or individual project. Examples of quality improvement activity are audits, incident reports, data analysis, surveys, etc.
Quality Policy Protocol and Procedure Guidelines
Quality Improvement Change of Practice Initiative
Membership of Professional Organisations (M.2).doc
Letter of Recommendation Template EN.doc
Letter of Recommendation Template RN.doc
Nurses contribute to education, preceptorship, buddying and skill development in a variety of ways within the clinical setting. These forms help articulate the different ways in which education occurs. Preceptorship is a formal role undertaken by the RN and is designated by the manager, and should include reflection on the role and feedback from the preceptee. Buddying is a more informal process that is used to buddy a nurse who is working on a temporary basis in the ward or for ENs buddying another EN or RN in the clinical setting, e.g. working in the theatre environment training staff on the use of different equipment or roles.
Regarding teaching, Formal teaching is a planned teaching session to a number of staff, using a teaching plan, set venue, available resources and an evaluation procedure. Informal teaching is an unplanned opportunity to teach one or more staff in an informal environment e.g. a procedure at the bedside, equipment set up, etc. An evaluation procedure may also be used.
Teaching Evaluation - Formal
Teaching Evalution - Informal
Personal Record of Presented Education
Evaluation of Preceptee by Preceptor
Evaluation of Preceptor by Preceptee
Record of Buddying
Case Study Presentation Guidelines.doc
Case Study Presentation Feedback -Form.doc
PDRP Level Indicators for RN 2015.doc
PDRP level indicators for EN's.doc
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